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rpmerizor

rpmerizor is a script that allows you to create an RPM package simply by specifying files on the command line and answering a few questions.

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maintainership changes 10 Feb 2011 15:35

The project is re-born, the new maintener is Eric Gerbier, which maintain also the rpmrebuild, rpmrestore, rpmorphan projects. A new release is avalaible, which is working with recent rpm version.

Recent releases

  •  03 Jan 2014 11:02

    Release Notes: Directories from FHS (Filesystem Hierarchy Standard) are now removed from RPM packages to avoid problems on Fedora 20.

    •  12 Dec 2011 12:31

      Release Notes: A new option (guess) has been added to fill all RPM metadata. Another option (debug) has been added to help developers. The Makefile was cleaned up (clean and dist targets).

      •  11 Apr 2011 13:26

        Release Notes: In rootdir mode, name and version are guessed from the directory name. The compat option was added for compatibility with old rpm versions (digest). The default option was added to fill release and group with default values. The stdin option was added to get files from stdin. The config/doc rpm file attribute was improved with the ability to search from a pre-defined prefix list.

        •  23 Mar 2011 07:43

          Release Notes: A bug that occurred when only files were passed to rpmerizor was fixed. Two new options were added: url and packager. RPM working directories are now tested and created if necessary. The rpmbuild dependency is also tested at the beginning of the script.

          •  03 Mar 2011 09:18

            Release Notes: rpmbuild status is now analyzed and used for the script exit status. A new buildarch option was added for fixing RPM architecture. A rootdir option makes it possible to build an RPM package from a chrooted directory.

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